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Torsion Springs, most commonly have a standard inside diameter sizes of 1.75 and 2.00 inches. They are used to counter balance and assist in the opening and closing of your garage door. We recommend using torsion springs *city* *state* made of oil-tempered steel instead of galvanized steel for several reasons.
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A galvanized torsion spring won’t rust, but the wire is cold drawn when the spring is manufactured, which can cause the torsion spring to lose its tension rather quickly. In fact, we have noticed that garage doors installed in *city* *st* zipcode(s): *zips* in *county* county with galvanized torsion springs were extremely heavy to lift just one year later. You can also learn more about *link1* here on our site. This problem can be corrected by adding more turns on the springs. This will get you by for a littler longer, but can create other problems just as quickly and in turn prematurely wear other components.
Your *city* *state* torsion spring should have a specific number of turns based on the door height, drum size and track radius. When you have to add turns after only one year, the door may balance when it’s one or two feet off the floor.When the door is raised more than halfway, it will be extremely “hot”, which means it will go up on its own. This puts a lot of strain on your garage door opener and panel. Buying quality garage door hardware counts. We offer great info about *link2* to help get your door fixed fast.
Oil-tempered garage door torsion springs lose their tension much more slowly than galvanized torsion springs. When oil-tempered springs are made, the wire is hot drawn and reheated to remove stress after it’s formed.
Oil-tempered torsion springs can rust, but you can prevent this by using a process called Egyptian coating. The torsion spring is dipped in a black liquid and placed in an oven to bake the liquid to the torsion spring. This creates an anti-corrosive coating that prevents rust, provides cleaner handling of the spring, and allows your garage door to open and close more quietly as the torsion spring winds and unwinds.
This coating doesn’t get between the coils where they touch, so it’s a good idea to use 3-and-1 oil or motor oil after the spring is wound. These types of oil don’t evaporate over time. You’ll probably only have to use it once or twice during the life of the spring. See more tips about *link3*.
One more quick tip – when ordering a pair of replacement torsion springs *city* *state*, measure both of your existing broken garage torsion spring and the one that is good to make sure they are both the same size. It is not uncommon to have a left hand wound spring and right hand wound spring of different sizes.
All DIY Garage Door Parts *city* *state* torsion springs are American made and come with a standard four-year warranty. They ship to the *areacodes* areacode(s) and *county* county *zips* zipcode(s) and are rated at 10,000 to 12,000 cycles. This means they’ll open your garage door that many times – usually for 5-8 years with normal use – before they break or wear out. We also provide the option at checkout to upgrade your replacement garage door torsion springs to 22,000-30,000 cycles, or 10-20 years.
Here at DIY Garage Door Parts LLC, fast shipping to *city* *state* with the correct parts & great customer service is our #1 priority. We are not some big impersonal company who takes your money and leaves you high and dry. We are family owned and are available via phone, email, livechat, to support our customers in *st* during your repair if you need us. Be sure to watch our how-to videos to learn more about measuring and replacing your garage door torsion springs, and call us at 1-866-813-7899 if you have any questions.
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